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Project-to-project in an INT/GNT project

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I've seen in this forum it should be possible to have multiple projects in one solution and to merge these projects into one single output INT or GNT file. I think I saw the term "project-to-project" somewhere.

Does anyone know how to achieve this? I have a solution with four INT/GNT projects which I would like to merge into one single output file.

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Re: Project-to-project in an INT/GNT project

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@Jens Forsberg You also asked how "to merge these projects into one single output INT or GNT file". This is not possible.

Should you work with INT or GNT files, you may follow what @Chris Glazier suggested or build an INT/GNT project where all of its programs are built automatically in the same output folder.

To build an INT/GNT project, you need to click on File > New > Project, select Micro Focus INT/GNT under COBOL > Native, and click OK.

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Re: Project-to-project in an INT/GNT project

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Simply change the Output Path on the COBOL tab of the project properties page for each project to point to the same folder. Then all of the executable files will end up in a common location and they will be able to call each other.

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Re: Project-to-project in an INT/GNT project

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@Jens Forsberg You also asked how "to merge these projects into one single output INT or GNT file". This is not possible.

Should you work with INT or GNT files, you may follow what @Chris Glazier suggested or build an INT/GNT project where all of its programs are built automatically in the same output folder.

To build an INT/GNT project, you need to click on File > New > Project, select Micro Focus INT/GNT under COBOL > Native, and click OK.

–Ғɑɳօ
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